We know it will happen one day. It’s inevitable that a hard drive will fail. I’ve been noticing the tell-tale signs lately. Slow performance, locked up browsers and programs, it all boils down to gremlins in the works.

Add to that a friend coming in for the weekend whom I haven’t seen in a while and the result is going to be erratic and sporadic posting this weekend. I’ll send you a picture every now and again of whatever adult beverage happens to be in my hand at the moment.

But all the revelry must wait, because now there is a chore to be tackled, a battle to be won, a hard drive must be mirrored and replaced and there’s a jungle of wires and bytes to be fought and overcome.

Cover me.

I’m going in…

Comments
  • Bunni August 12, 2010 at 7:21 pm

    I hope you get it fixed. Have a fun weekend, Robot. I hope you and your friend have lots of fun. Be careful in the jungle.

  • Opus #6 August 12, 2010 at 7:38 pm

    Don’t let the mud wash off of your face. The predators can’t see your heat signature through the mud.

  • proof August 12, 2010 at 9:18 pm

    Robo: There’s a reason they’re called “hard”. Heh

  • Red August 13, 2010 at 7:35 am

    I’ve got your six but in the meantime you might want to check out Mozy dot com to back up all your bidness.

  • mnrobot August 13, 2010 at 1:30 pm

    Yeah! It is done. Not too bad at all, considering I went from an ATA to a SATA and cleaned out two old drives while I was at it.

    Red, I use a usb external drive and space on another internal drive for my operating system. I need to buy another external to alternate between the three.

    I use a backup program called Acronis. It works great. No monthly fees.

    Now if only my out of town friend would get here, we’d be off to Kinder for some blackjack. :)

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